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There are lots of amazing servant leaders doing phenomenal actions for humanity.
The Social Good Magazine is a beacon of hope for global communities, filled with inspiring stories that illuminate pathways to success. By sharing transformational concepts and taking action-oriented steps towards progress, we can collaborate on reducing suffering together—enjoying the journey along the way! So, let's use this magazine as our roadmap: an opportunity to guide each other in discovering victory over adversity.
The Social Good Magazine is designed to inspire others to make a difference in their communities. Created by Kristen Thomasino, this magazine showcases the stories of people who are making a positive impact in their neighborhoods and beyond. Whether it's through volunteering, fundraising, or simply lending a helping hand, these individuals remind us that we can all make a difference. The Social Good Magazine is the perfect tool for anyone looking for inspiration to get involved in their community.
Are you ready for Social Good? I am Kristen Thomasino, author of “The Social Good Magazine Series.” I am an enthusiastic steward for Social Good. Social Good is about how we create positive outcomes for everyone. I love to produce positive results with my energy and connect with others who like to help others too! So, I decided to make this magazine to raise awareness and share the stories of others living lives focused on Social Good in various communities worldwide. There are examples of fine people who give in unique ways in multiple communities. It is with the community that we will always succeed and move forward for progress. I like to spend time with goal-setters and high achievers—community stewards and visionaries. So, get ready to be infused with Social Good and inspired to act. These Social Good Warriors are the real deal. I have been spending my time in this volume with a Global Economist, a public relations genius, a humanitarian songwriter for social change, philanthropists making an impact, a Chambers of Commerce revenue rockstar, artists, DJs, human rights activists, entertainment professionals, veterans, and other interesting people. We have many reasons to be optimistic about our present and future. Inside this volume, we talk about vital game-changing concepts for many communities to help aid in economic growth and development. Are you ready for growth?
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Welcome Readers to Volume 1 of a new Magazine series that covers various topics on Social Good. This is the introductory edition where you get to meet the Creator, Kristen Thomasino. Kristen Thomasino leads a very interesting life. She is a learning and adventure enthusiast. She loves to create positive outcomes with her energy. She also has had a unique career that has enabled her to work with various industries to create success.
From the Creator...
Purpose: I decided to create this magazine to raise awareness and to share the stories of others living lives focused on Social Good in various communities across the world.
There are examples of fine people who give in unique ways in various communities. It is with community we will always succeed and move
forward for progress.
Interview Subjects: Professionals from various fields, Social Good Warriors, and Passionate Creators.
Including : Doctor of Physical Therapy Tatum Robinson of Phoenix Physical Therapy & Sports Performance, Latisha Williams MPH, Wil Gauper Property Management Professional, Jamie Ranzan, President of Solera Senior Living 2022; Amy Reher, President of Karmic Realty and owner of The Granada Theater and Uptown Lobby in Minneapolis, Maria Rodriguez Chief Operating Officer with Doctor of Dentistry Michael Thomasino, Rob Sewell Former US Park Ranger and Entrepreneur, & the team at CASA of Del Norte, Lyz Reagen and Christine Slette. Also a special article with The Aspen Meadow Band and featuring two Portland School teachers Luke Gaynor and Sarah Gaynor. I met these amazing people at the 225 acre Rancho de Chiquita in Malibu, California during my training on Geraldine Gilliland's ranch, she is an international chef, restauranteer, & author. Learn more about all the diverse people that I have met on my quest to spread Social Good.